Re: [gopher] cgi on Gopher?
Cameron Kaiser <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> One more idea is to integrate an old protocol (Gopher) with an even
>> older one (SMTP). Have your wiki engine send out the page for editing
>> via email.
>> That will work even when then user is on a VT100 terminal - as in it
>> doesn't expect anything special on the client-side.
That sounds interesting. Even if the web solves this with forms, I
suppose some people would still like this for web-based wikis.
>> ... or, you can just expect the reader to have *cough* an AJAX
>> possible to have an WYSIWYG editor on top of Gopher queries.
> Evil man :)
Evil, I must agree :-)
The main feature here - I think, IMHO - is being able to deliver the
user a text field already filled with the current content of the
article/section/paragraph, so that there's no need to copy-paste. I
wonder if ASK supports this? (What's exactly supported by ASK? Also,
what's the right manual to read on ASK? The gopher+ specification?)
> ISTR when this was talked about before that the idea was to use Telnet and
> feed the user into some sort of editor. Of course, such an account would
> need to be VERY tightly secured.
A good way to do so would be developing a new editor for this specific
or forum post editing.
Nuno J. Silva
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